car window

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Noun1.car window - a window in a carcar window - a window in a car      
auto, automobile, car, motorcar, machine - a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work"
quarterlight - car window consisting of a small pivoted glass vent in the door of a car
rear window - car window that allows vision out of the back of the car
window - a transparent opening in a vehicle that allow vision out of the sides or back; usually is capable of being opened
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These films protect car glass from small particles that may harm it, which is very useful in the Egyptian environment, especially the desert areas.
The lone instances in which higher fines have been levied includes a $3.6 billion sanction against major automakers for colluding on pricing and a $1.67 billion fine against car glass producers for price fixing.
She had her car glass rolled up with the air conditioner running.
Almost half (48 per cent) list deicing car glass as a problem they could do without, and a quarter claim that wintry conditions add 10-20 minutes onto their commute.
The company strives to retain its number one spot for being the fastest car glass replacement firm in Dallas.
Geraish, for his part, expressed desire of his company to establish a car glass factory in collaboration with Sheikan Insurance and Reinsurance Company to cover the Sudanese market's demand, disclosing that his company has the biggest factory for glass products in Egypt.
The majority owner of the plant will be the family of the brothers Mustafa and Ramazan Bayrak, who own several companies for bus glass and car glass in Bursa and have been developing the business for nearly 30 years, according to the Bulgarian representatives of the company.
(Albrecht recommends the 1/2-inch broad-tip "Neon Car Glass Markers" from neoplexonline.com.) Because the letters need to be three to four inches tall for maximum legibility, Albrecht recommends a maximum of four lines, each in a different color, containing three key pieces of information: the breed or dog description; the location (city, intersection, or neighborhood name), and your phone number.
Apparently the man was so startled and scared that he turned around and came back and hit the car glass with his hand so hard that it shattered the glass.
Until now, the Commission's biggest antitrust penalty had been a 1.38 billion euro fine imposed on participants in a car glass cartel in 2008.